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Nærøyfjord in Sognefjord - World Heritage
   
         
   

NærøyfjordNærøyfjord in Sognefjord - Western Norway - is one of the worlds most beautiful and dramatic fjords! The name Nærøyfjord origin from the norse god 'Njord', the god of the seafarer and the sea.

Nærøyfjord is one of many fjordarms in the 204 km long Sognefjord, the 'King of the Fjords'. In 2005 it became a part of UNESCO's World Heritage together with Geirangerfjord.

   

 

 

Nærøyfjord is an adventure. Experience it from boat, in kayak or by walking in the surrounding mountains and green valleys. Breath in the fresh air and drink the pure water straight from one of many waterfalls and rivers ending into the fjord. Listen to the silence, to the nature, to the sounds from the waterfalls. Listen to the sound from the fjord...

This website gives you the pictures, the information and the links you need to experience the Nærøyfjord and Aurlandsfjord. Once in a lifetime, you should visit the Norwegian fjords! Enjoy...

   
         
   
Slideshows from Naeroyfjord
   
         
   
NærøyfjordAugust 2007: Join a walk along the Naeroyfjord. Watch the slideshowfrom the Royal Post Path between Bleiklindi and Styvi, a 6 km long journey in some of the most beautiful nature on earth. To see the slideshow (07:20 min.); Click here...
   
         
   
NærøyfjordAugust 2002: Kayaking out Nærøyfjord and in to Aurlandsfjord. Then walking up to the mountaineBeitelen. From Beitelen, we had a fantastic view over the fjords we just left.. To see the slideshow (04:37 min.); Click here...
   
         
   
National Geographic Traveler - World Heritage Sites rated
   
         
   
National Geographic TravelerOct 2006: UNESCO's World Heritage are now a total of 830 sites. To see how some of these places are doing, National Geographic Traveler conducted a Destination Scorecard survey. The scores are based on a 1-to-100 scale, and Norway's Western Fjords with Naeroyfjord and Geirangerfjord ranks as number one with 87 points.
Read the article from National Geographic Traveler...
   
         
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